Saturday, January 24, 2009

Sugar Hill, New Hampshire

A U.S. flag flies atop one of the silos at this New Hampshire farm. In the distance are the White Mountains. Along this country road on Sugar Hill is the site of Polly's Pancake Parlor which is situated right across the road from this farm. Every summer when I was a child, our family would visit the White Mountains and one of the stops that could not be missed was breakfast at that rustic little restaurant where they'd cook flapjacks as you watched, making them to order with any kind of topping from blueberries to coconut to chocolate chips. Then, they'd serve them with their own maple syrup, maple butter and maple sugar. And you could have as much as you could eat!
The pancake parlor is still there though it's been updated and enlarged to accommodate the crowds that make their way there all summer. And the view of the mountains and farms are as beautiful as ever. So, I thought I'd share this little piece of New Hampshire scenery with you.
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3 comments:

ley said...

hmm.. very interesting!! I love that pics..

J Zeh said...

Thanks, I'm glad you like it!

Treasures By Brenda said...

We read about Polly's about 15 years ago and have been wanting to go ever since. This summer we were in New Hampshire and went out of our way to have pancakes. They were yummy and we made a great family memory. Read about our visit at Polly's Pancake Parlor . It would be lovely if you would leave a note about your childhood memory.

Brenda